Car audio speakers are delicate, and so should be cleaned in a delicate manner. The process can be a tricky one, though, so pay attention to our instructions.
First, remove the grille — carefully, as the grille is one of the easiest parts of a speaker to damage. Now you can start cleaning it. You should be noticing a fair amount of dust — if there isn’t any, the car audio speakers haven’t been working properly. The whole point of the grille is to filter dust and dirt to keep the inside of the speakers from getting too dirty, which will in turn affect its performance. If the grille is metal or plastic, clean it with a slightly damp cloth; if it’s cloth, you can vacuum the dust out.
Now, clean out the speaker’s drive, preferably with a soft-bristle paintbrush. You can also use a soft-bristle toothbrush for smaller areas, or any areas where the dust is being stubborn.
Root around and see if there are any other spots that have gotten dusty. Clean them with the cloth, paintbrush or toothbrush. You can also use a can of compressed air for tight spots.
If there are any other small, sensitive parts to the speaker, carefully remove the dust with a microfiber cloth.
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